Minecraft‘s upcoming Oculus Rift launch will follow up on the recent introduction of Gear VR support for its mobile counterpart
Mojang’s Oculus Rift announcement arrives on the first anniversary of Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition‘s initial beta release, and the studio outlines many of the project’s recent milestones in a reflective blog post.
“We’ve bred bunnies of many colors, given squid a fear of mortality and set baby zombies astride squawking avian steeds,” Mojang’s Marsh Davies recalls. “We unleashed the power of Redstone and found new ways for players to devise elaborate devices. We introduced our cross-platform Realms service, so players could own always-online worlds just for them and their friends, and play on them with minecrafters on mobile devices.”
Thursday also marks the launch of a new “Villains” skin pack for Minecraft: Pocket Edition, which will give creative players more options when building and exploring superheroic worlds. Additional skins are available via add-on packs for
A specific launch date for Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition‘s Oculus Rift support is not yet known.
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